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November 07, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 32) • Page Image 1

…trZn' &fl4 i ~ i I; [PRESS DAY AND NIGHT' SERVICE I s ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY,..NOVEMBER 7, 1918. PRICE T wt J E WNS UE Nhrs.IBasil Clark TOSpeak Thiday iN SENA E A D HO SE1 Mrs Bsil Clark, a Kentucky wo- ' man, active in w a work both here tabroad, will speak at 8 o'clock 15,000 M JO ITY IN lOH o atH31adtrmPeiu to hrhusband's ahi. 94 is EP DE IG CH CKEDCak lived in Li'verpoi/I ijl dn a.she Sp EPIDEMIC CHECKED has also lived...…

November 07, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 32) • Page Image 2

…NWSP'APRJI1AT THEn RSITY OF MICHIGAN very morning except Monday versity year by the Board in dent Publications." rTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS ted Press is exclusively entitled republication of all news dis-< d to it or not otherwise credited and also the local news pub- the postoffice at Ann Arbor, econd class matter. sby carrier or mail, $.o. events will be published in Tne e- discretion of the Editor, if left Sto the office. communications will re...…

November 07, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 32) • Page Image 3

…I Intramural j 'U - (Continued from '- iKrmde is another uj mnore' so than the bij back. His is probabl ' carious position on1 'very unusual that Co pick a totally green n pos~aition in the bigg4 season. It proves $;i ability. Never has k gam~e of college fool Saturday to be the,- 1 football career. Ask Varsity baseball teary he demonstrated his clever at- handling tl optionally good at' 'cat is because of these tw~ ability to use his head ...…

November 07, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 32) • Page Image 4

… .1 CLOSE ed from Page One) eld by a Republican, and s had been elected to Id by Democrats. at hand the house fig- epublicans, 229; Demo- ocialists, 1; doubtful, 9. 218. In the senate the ed Republicans, 47; Dem- al overturning, which he Democrats control of oreshadows upheaval in lative affairs. Represen- of Illinois, the Republi- ould, on the basis of his the logical candidate of for the speakership, and -e Kitchin, of North Car- e Democrat...…

November 07, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 32) • Page Image 5

…Itra I I A 'i4wu jUat4lF DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Ac No. 32. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1918. PRICE FIV tiIitmes Cease at 2 Today; Yank Troops Capture Seda Nov. 7.-Armistice terms have been signed between the Allies and Germany, according to an announcement i ing, and received by the Detroit Times. Hostilities will cease on all fronts at 2 o'clock this afternoon. (By the Associated Press) on, Nov. 7 (2 P. ...…

November 07, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 32) • Page Image 8

…Wiasil Clark Speak lriday sil Clark, a Kentucky wo- ve in war work both here id, will speak at 8 o'clock Hill auditorium. Previous sband's death in 1914, Mrs. d in Liverpool, London. She lived in Germany and four Brussels. rar was declared Mrs. Clark house as a Red Cross sta- devoted her time to war hile living in Belgium she German army march into where she lived for two ler German rule. She will everity of this military dis- rageard to the t...…

June 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…E, L : t rt~~tit~ait 'mm' ASSOCIATE PRESS DAY A-D MNIHT i SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1918 PRICE 'T ION MAIN Y HUN, EMPT RAIDS, MEET ; OCH TO TAKE NITIATIVE APERS ADMIT RALT ADVANCE Patrol Encounters In.- Violence on Italian Front Associated Press) attacks of the Germans )ft of Rheims, to the Soissons, are still at a spasmodic offensives ttempted on isolated rardments of violence ied out on various sec- .y in the regi...…

June 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

…MICI .AIN lusively entitled of all news d's otherwise credit- the local news University of morning except - year. t Ann Arbor as o ; Editorial, 2414. to exceed 300 words, not necessarily to ap- evidence of faith, and be published in The oft eEditor, if left Daily notice box in general library where 3at 7:30 o'clock each cations will receive no iscript will be returned postage for that pur-. ...Managing Editor . ... Business Manager r.........…

June 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -'s ha ters of INishigan "s noe Heads .fliase Stealers1 ,. _ YESTERDAY'S GAMES Amnerican League Washington,.3; Detroit, 2. Philadelphia -Chicago-, postponed, wet grounds. New York, 5; St. Louis, 2; (10 in-j nings.) Bo ton, 1; Cleveland, 0. National League Chicago, 3; Philadelphia, 0. St. Louis, 12; New York, 6. Brooklyn, 1; Pittsburg, 0. Cincinnati-Boston, postponed. Patronize our advertisers.--Adv. Exhibit Work of A...…

June 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRI] UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ANN ARBOR President's Office June 4, 1918. To the Students of the University:- In the present crisis you are anxious to do your full duty. I need not suggest that it is your duty to answer your country's call whenever it comes and to answer it willingly and with patriotic enthusiasm. If you have reached the inimum age of service, it may be your duty to go at once without waiting for the call. Each...…

May 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…'DAY, MAY 7, 1918. 1918 ANNUAL GOES ON SALE IN'U-HALL Michiganensians. arrived yesterday and will go on sale today in Univer- sity hall for persons holdin~g coupons. The sale of the year book will be opened to everybody on Thursday. Special interest will be found in the S jstre top , * Seniors lMust 1Pi wii ailtary section of the year book I* oI 'Un d kr. bu 7 1not and find honor w thle ne' rance, taken in ad- Gay - an army on th...…

May 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 153) • Page Image 2

…1 Prof. Slaughter of gone to Italy to care ed. Homeopathic 'twere. Wisconsin has for the wound- treatment, as elieve in re- s have start- eir own, the it quits on wanton, de- t inven- way by be won. ,st were nd cele- er news helpless ng was he wan- In Behalf of '18 We Express Thanks In view of our calling the attention of the public to the misnomer san- itary engineers", the G. M. N. an- nounces "Will Not Call '18 Sanitary Engineers befor...…

May 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 153) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'l GLENN Out and Captain [ndiana Game nesday May be Wed- EADS TEAM IN X, HITTING FOR 458 Several Wolverines Slugging for Bet- ter Than. .300 So Far Michigan will probably face Indiana Wednesday afternoon minus the ser- vices of hortstop Knode and Captain Glenn. Knode left for Pittsburg several days ago to see his brother who is to leave shortly for France. Kinney did not expect to be back until after the middle of the ...…

May 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 153) • Page Image 4

…ThE NACHIGAN DAILY . .. .._ ill be held day after- sium. Ike r-piece or- n will be Cl NFORlCED INVESTMENTS IN U.nS. BONDS PROPOSED *. s. * * * * * * * * * * * * * AT THE THEATERS * n nan's luck doesn't exist in this busy urs. A man must hly awake to his es to succeed. He y perfect vision. e of optometry has ssible to determine condition of affect- nd: to specify just s that will eradi- trouble. We are to serve and our YINAINCIAL ...…

May 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 153) • Page Image 5

…NILE ENROLL MEN FO R SUMMER WORK ON FARMSj I'. ^ N ,.., . {. I FRANK OF BACON, '02, IN ENLISTMENTS RESERVE CHARGE FOR iii _,i, f J ,I r i wl I S1917' coo RS Frank Bacon, '02, is now enrolling students in the United States boys' working reserve, at the Union. Men from 16 to 21 years of age are eligible to enlist for farm work during the summer vacation. They will help the farmer gather his crops and will assist in general farm labo...…

March 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…;, trtan Bat!J DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1918. PRICE T __...... he ed i an IT ARRIVAL OF FLOUR 200 MORE NEEDED SRELhVESvFAMINE L1FOR SUMMER CAMP Allr No military training camp will be IIILAlfear of a flouir famine in Ann 1311 el yte nvrit hssumGR g Arobr was overcome yesterday by the ED FOR DUThe by the Unirsiy th s mI T arrival of a carload of 310 barrels, and unless 200 more men hand in their a b...…

March 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 109) • Page Image 2

…re noth oCse with tne most ex- e habits. Rather than that per- they Are those with the most bonds and Thrift stamps. To r through patriotism is a dis- n. have done away with dearly pleasures and general extrav- They are unfashionable. The 1 now is to save, to be econom- id to retrench. n fashion. FORGETFULNESS an old saw, "Many a man gets :ation for being a wit, whereas .1 only lay claim to a good of Satan as a person with pointed ears, clove...…

March 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 109) • Page Image 4

…ATTEMPTS TO G HOUSE :Iamilton, sanitarian of y health service will of suggested menus each Daily. These members rAfnlV nrenared from a to t--Apricots, roll- ikes, ryes bread .eo. coffee or milk. soup, Italian gu-. .d, rye bread, but-j Jelly, milk or tea. tatoes, rib roast, s, oatmeal bread, than pudding, tea keeping rigid account of the circula- Cleaning Special, tion of books of that nature. The books on explosives will continue to Dancin...…

March 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 109) • Page Image 5

… A&6 in A- V W/ W W!iy Against AlcohRol I AGAIN OTH ING HATS 4GS Apfel Co. 'I Cover 'C 'o CITIZENS SHOWL'' TAKE UP WORK TO ASSIST -CO- MUNITIES Secretary of Agriculture David F. Houston recently stated that here will be the same farm labor difficulties this year as there were last season, especially near large industrial cent- ers, but that the various states work- ing through the agricultural colleges and other agencies ar making la...…

March 07, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 109) • Page Image 6

…codels Slippers owI or Boot Shop. .stetter, Prop. Main St. i ::,. ORATORY MEET TO BE HELD TONIGHT The Northern Oratorical contest will be held at 8 o'clock tonight in Uni- versity Hal' The following have been selected as judges: Dean Edward H. Kraus, Secretary Shirley W. Smith, Registrar Arthur G. Hall, Prof. Thor as E. Rankin, Judge George W. Sample of the Washtenaw circuit court, Mrs. E. D. Kinne, wife of for- mer Judge Kinne, and Miss...…

December 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

…) IOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MEE'llN _Fl [BER 7, 1917. lock Of Gothas Fri !?uring Hours Of Spirit Yew'' Dec. 6.-After several weeks of of this morning experienced an CAPTAIlt The first warnings were received Gothas crossed the coast of Kent.,2 nake for London, but after droppin dle off seaward again. Some 25 pl opted raid. The material damage sons were killed and 21 injured. ear men turned out pep" meeting last for the freshmen as large a...…

December 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 58) • Page Image 2

… I )I for Sap- still and sopho- some fall want theffi. e wondering if there. ge in the University ays and we'll all be on way. rate the kaiser is putting the Germans into the service, n capture prisoners just out Manaer Manager LEAGUE HOUSE HEADS PLAN Manager TO GIVE FACULTY TEA JAN. 9 Roeser Plans for a faculty tea to be given ampbe R. Atlas by the league houses Jan. 9, at Bar- bour gymnasium, were made at a sup- per party of the hou...…

December 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 58) • Page Image 3

…Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 6.-Reports that the University of Nebraska football team will play post-season games are 1-IJer L ed the hoodo num- I1 F~n ul - + 1. Former Michigan Coach, Now with St. 1 this tail- tne season some out the "13" on the arks. Yost merely e signals were giv alled attention to t ' the plays, one of was numbered "13. led. idn't get a chance se of his bad knee. on a trick play, Nortliwestern muda 1 gain. Then Yost For signa...…

December 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 58) • Page Image 4

…FOR BEL CHI'LEN vic 19 IUL Lloyd J. Curby, '17L. Kenneth A. Eastlick, '17. VES Rudolplf F. Wuensch, ex-'18. R Harold Birch. George M. Spartalis. Charles H. Griesinger. Clyde N. Kammerer, ex-'20. eiyed Paul Wilcox, ex-'18. im a William E. Votruba. went Willard L. Huss, ex-'18. etion Warren J. Huss, ex-'19L. e. Charles N. Ponton. Harry N. Deyo, '17L. 17. Henry J. Ranft, ex-'20. Linton B. Dirnond, '16. James A. Jones, '17. men Roy R. Lindsay. ...…

December 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 58) • Page Image 5

…ILO w!A f TUo TO IIIn ftfUI T GERNMENT DIi Ltd. ARGE VARIETY OF PREVAIL AS TO WAIT'S EST CRIME 01' 1N ~S GREAT. COLOSSAL RESULTS FROM NEW SYSTEM INSURANCE EXPECTED OF WAR For your Xmas Candies, Cigars, Kodaks, Stalionery and Toilet Goods Two Stores 324 S. State St. 1123 S. University Ave. I Co. MAIN 4 STREET yrT RICAL Large tie SHOP of Quality" ive make it right NE 27 - ton 117 Pbarl Ypsilanti ES d Sodas isian and Commit- P...…

December 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 58) • Page Image 6

…I TOTAL OF I 'EN MONT] ES BIG IN- R 1916 -American e .in in Octob 170 Lt1LId 1 htI LI1ULU, IU rEm MEDICAL STUDENTS ALREADY WE SUPPLY EVI ENLISTED IN RESERVE CORPS Sheehy irst year medical and dental stu- Ann Arbor ts may apply for enlistment in the isted reserve corps of the medical artment of the army after Dec. 15, ording to the new ruling issued the war department. To date 170 ical students, out of 206 who were ;ible for this corps, hav...…

November 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 32) • Page Image 1

…-1 r.. Wir. 1ILILrdX NERALLY FAIR AND WARNIER L 131k 3flf ttl , ASSOCIAT PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE VIII. No. 32. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1917 PRICE THREE TAXIRATERISE 4 OBJECTOF STRONG STUDENTS' ATCK FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES WILL FIGHT COMPANIES TO FINAL SHOW-DOWN CITY COUNCIL BALKS RAILROADING EFFORT Proposed Schedule Considered to Be Unconstitutional Because of Discrimination Investigation of the propose...…

November 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 32) • Page Image 2

…11 Ii .'LA i £ SSOCIATED PRESS Press is exclusively entitled ublication of all news dis- it or not otherwise credit- and also the local newsl al newspaper at the University of in Published every morning 'except during the university year. ed at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as lass matter. :s: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub- ns : by carrier, $2.5o; by mail, $3.00 A stations: Quarry's; tudents' Sup- e; The Delta. Phones: Business, 960; i, 2414....…

November 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 32) • Page Image 3

…GAN DAILY IUUI UILU Uy~UflU HARD AERAL DRILL Coach Fears Injuring Backfield Men So Confines Scrimmaging To Linemen BACKFIELD 'QUARTETTE IS YOST'S BEST BET SATURDAY Camp Custer Special Will Bring Major General Dickman and Staff Coach Yost's gridders went through another light signal and blocking drill yesterday afternoon in preparation for the Cornell game. Despite the bruises that all the players seem to have, the squad is in good physical co...…

November 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 32) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 6; TUBE L. CONCERT ONE OF WORLD'S MUSIC COLOUR- ISTS b Rhapsodie No. 2.........Liszt. Miss Victoria Boshko. 5. a Reve d' Enfant.....E. Ysaye. b Waltz in E minor..Chopin-Ysaye. c Ballade and Polonaise ................ ......Vieuxtemps. M. Eugene Ysaye. Chickering piano used. Tickets may be secured at the School of Music. Season tickets are $3, $3.50 or $4. Single tickets for each concert, $1, $1.50, or $2. STUDENTS WH...…

November 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 32) • Page Image 5

…MICHIGAN DAILY all and Winter Styles BORSALINO HATS Extra Light Weight NOW ON DISPLAY -o Wadhams & Co. TWO STORES STATE STREET COR. ARCADE MAIN STREET COR. WASHINGTON a mmmemem A HAND BUILT PRODUCT OF PRIDE CURTIS T IRES Adjustment Basis is 6,000 miles o service VULCANIZED, PRODUCTS C . MU'skegn Mich FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL No Job too Small or too Large WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP "The Shop of duality". If it's not right we make it...…

November 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 32) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I Season of Good Things At this time o fthe year, with other Good Things in abund- ce, how about YOUR CLOTHES? Why don't you get ready for the holidays? An all-wool t or overcoat, individually cut and hand-tailored to your lividual measure, will be both sensible and seasonable and 11 give you something GOOD for the HOLIDAYS., Order now while our showing is complete, and have that t or overcoat in time for THANKSGIVING. DRE...…

October 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…._ _ _ _ . FHE WEATHER RTLY CLOIJDY-PROB- ABLY WARMER 11 A att ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VIII. No. 6. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1917. PRICE THREE CENTS CONGRESS CLOSES DISLOYA9LITY CASE EXTRAORDINARY SESSION OF HOUSE BEGAN APRIL SECOND PUT THROUGH GRIST OF LATE LEGISLATION Kellog and Fall, Republicans, a Robinsony Democrat, Reply to La Follette and Washington, Oct. .-In the midst of the hearing of ...…

October 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4 Sir$tan ail MEMBER. ASSOCIATED PRESS flcial newspaper at the University of higan. Published every morning except iday during the university year. ntered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as udclass matter. fices: Ann Arbor Press Building Sub- tions: by carrier, $2.o; b mail,'$.o. it ad stationst: Quarry's; udenttp Store; The Delta. Phones: Business, 960; orial, 2414. ommunications not to exceed 30o words ength, or notices of...…

October 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE I1CKIGAN DEFEATS 1AgSE IN 6IlD CONTEST -.... (Continued from page one) vn for the Wolverines to close the it half. ost gave Genebach, substitute rter, a chance to direct the attack the third quarter and Michigan's wck slowed up so badly that no re was made. Frequent off-side alties and some holding by the ne warriors further delayed the ick. Michigan tried the open game negotiated two forward passes. t continue...…

October 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…SUNDAY, THE MICHIGAN DAILY r I II I. I Estimates gladly given on paint- ing, paper hanging, tinting or any kind of first class decorating. C. H. Major & Co.-Adv. ARCADE JEWELER 11 III CARL F. BAY Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing i U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's f is the place. 113 S. Main.-Adv. The Kemfp Music Studio: Piano, Organ, Voice Culture. 312 S. Division St. Phone 212-J.-Adv. There are opportunities for you in Daily ...…

October 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 6) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAC Ihams Quality Always the best for your money Fashion's latest in clothing and furn- ishings for young men ---0 Wadhams & Co. TWO STORES TE STREET ARCADE MAIN STREET COR. WASHINGTON FOR EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL No Job too Smal or too Large WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP "The Shop of Quality" If it's not right we make it right -PHONE 278 - 200 E. Washington 117 Pearl Ann Arbor Ypsilanti Quarry Drug Co. s Prescription S...…

October 07, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 6) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCT r' ' !' , , ' L.. fir,; , with which they are familiar. Fresh- m en are eligible. Trot o h hrlinwlbe held from 10 to 12 o'clock and from 4 to 5 o'clock daily, at the School of Music. All campus organizations are re- quested to hand in their list of officers to the members of the Student Direc- tory staff by Monday night in order that they may be published in the Di- rectory that it is contemplating print- ing t...…

August 07, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…AT R DOR THE ONLY OFFICIAL SUMMER NEWSPAPER ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1917 PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. VIIL No. 18 ANN VOL. VIII. No. 18 ANN PCIFIC COMMERCE Professor Gettell Says Opening of Western Trade Will Make U. S. World Center SAYS GEOGRAPHY IS IMPORTANT "Opening of the Pacific Commerce will in time make the United States the center of the commercial world, and of civilization," said Prof. R. G. Gettell, of the Political Sci...…

August 07, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…THE WOLVERINE Wuerth Theatre Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30 1 Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous Tues-Wed--8-ttoyant Woashurn in "The Mo Who Was Afraid." Also OHenry. Thur-Fri--o-ousooe Peters in 'The THir of the Ages.' Also Keystone Comedy, Louis Fazendain "The Be- trayol of Maggie." Sat-is-Frederiok Warde in "Fires of Youth." Also "The Mystery of the Double Cross." Episode 13. Orpheum Theatre Matinees , 3:3o. Nights 6:30, 5, 9:30 Satu day...…

August 07, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

…SCHOOL oF mOsic WILL GIVE CONCEIRT TOMOROW Two l2oro Entertainments to Be Given this Summer; Moore and Patton on Program One of the regular complimentary concerts under the auspices of the School of Music will be given at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in Hil Audi- torium. Two more concerts will be given this summer. Odra 0. Patton, tenor, who has won considerable distinction as a young singer, will contribute several groups. Mr. Patton has appeared...…

August 07, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…PA1CIFIC COMMEIRCE WILL AllD COUNTRY Pa t troves Success (Continued from Page One) change caused England to have a so- Approximately 150 Guests Attend Af. ial industrial revolution before the fair Given by Women's other countries developed their in- League dustries. -- "Central geographical position has The Women's League dancing party, great influence on commercial and pol- which was held at Barbour gymna- itical importance. When the known si...…

July 07, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…AT YOUR DBOOR TIMES A WEEK VOL. VIII. No. 5 'Ar -.dde I mill ANN MAKES APPEAOL FA Draf Aegi 9HT 9PPREGUIATI Plan Rega Ine Professor Cross Gives Lecture en "The Story of American Sculpture" Washing the promulg PREDICT FUTURE OF SCULPTURE tions for I0 .- , bhoards to a "The Story of American Sculpture" the selecti with appropriate illustrations, com- army, it wa prised the summer lecturo given by the first inc Professor A. 1H. ?ross in the a...…

July 07, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…THE WOLVERINE urhThea tre Matnes 33o . Nights 6:3o, 8, 9:3o << 337 O:. Courtney 3i "0 '1:" :1 icrwclif." .k: lfy 31: TOI:Ifsl.': 11:,::: id n ":p 8 l 040 t k . OrphurnTheatre Matnes a 3 33.Nights6:3, 8, 9:30 Satur as-un ay- 'otinuous 7 huVi 2-"1;;-Chas . 17::. ill finch mm-r.113f With Fat." , 13iokd."'ve.t3 833C. Wed-1-jackPiek,>>- 1 and 3oP3113':''af We haevenbthnthebinlintiodan theowquiaen oo furnish the9:3 b~essintbankigservpeiied St...…

July 07, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…THE WOLVERINE IN1ERES INCHESES BILL INIDED WILL PAT-CHES IN DABY COURSE1 D E IDCORPS SIXTY-FIVE NEW BERRtftIS no's iid~a ~ SIudy Open to All Students with Sat- . IE ..lE o s'l 'fr i Air Fleet isfactory Preliminary in the Hall. All of them sweet, too. Mid'otfisre house Training s'lerday YOU'RE WELCOME. 'i Orleans Torpedoed and Sunk; Four of Crew Drowned; Vessel of 2,808 Tons Washington, July 6.-The American steamship Orleans, of the Oriental ...…

July 07, 1917 (vol. 8, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

…[AClE PADIY LOCKERS GO FAST inP nlu ai n ma n r n Studnta Tak.' e i- .-iN Al I HAI_15 PJMDU About 75 Women Attend Initial Meet- ing; Guests Becom Ac- quainted About 75 women attended the first Women's league party of the summer, from 4 to 6 o lock yesterday after- noon in Barbour gymnasium. Mrs. Tarry B. Ilutchins, Miss Wells, acting dean of women, and ' Miss Alice Crocker stood in the receiving line with the Misses Charlotte Kelsey, Mary Por...…

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